Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1952-04-11, page 01
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- .;^,r'^b«n^.»wUr>MMuii^ti''*i''ti'M^ ;%Si':M'HiS:«SiMiS ,..naeo>imc.> - Hi.-r.c.> >^^ St. ^ ^^t^^ Pledges Increased at UJF Pace-Setters Dinner Tho United Jewish Fund Paoo- Setters dinner, held last Tuesday night at tVindIng Hollow Country Club, brought an overwhelming re¬ sponse to the 1962 UJC drive of a 11% increase over the amount the same contributors gave last year; Over SO leaders In tbe Metal Trades, Manulacturers, Builders and Automotive Division, attended this first fund-raising event of the lt92 campaign. Rsbbi Harry Kaplan offered the Invocation and started the meeting. Troy Feibel, General Campaign chairman; Richard J. Abet, presi¬ dent of the Fund; Bam Melton, last year's chairman, and Moritz M. Gottlieb, president of the jeiwish Federation of Allentown and Chair¬ man of Regions for the United Jewish Appeal, addressed the group. Troy Feibel expressed his grati¬ tude to the men df this Division for the vital part they will play In the campaign. He stated: "All of us here have reason to be grateful for the se¬ curity and freedom we enjoy In this great country. Thii same A- merican Freedom has been made available to thousandD of immi¬ grants from the lands tn which they wore persecuted to Israel. The State ot Israel Is a reality. A dream come tnie In our lifetime ... a hope cherished by our fathers and forefathers ... a fact accomplished by the dollars which we have made available through our generous contributions." Richard Abel^stated: "Ours Is a united community with the Unit¬ ed Jewish Fund the greatest force for harmony. In UJF wc are united to support local, national and over¬ seas programs," Mr. Abel reviewed all the agen¬ cies supported by the Fund includ¬ ing the Jewish Center, the Hebrew School, Hillel Foundation at QSU, Bellefaire, Montefiore Home, Na¬ tional Jewish Welfare Board, A- merlcan Jewish Committee, Anti- Defamation League, National Jgew- ish Hospital, Leo N, Levi Memorial Hospltai, National Council of Jew¬ ish Women, Hadassah, etc. He concluded: "All these agencies are Included In one campaign . . . we are one community, giving one gift for all these causes. We are as strong as we are united and as strong as we are generous." Sam Melton stated he was proud to be associated with this group and grateful for the leadership It has given to the campaign. "Each (entlassd •¦ l>*n^> 2r& Serving Columbus and CentraJ Ohio Jewish Community \\7AR Vol. 30, No. 18 COLUMBUS, omo, rRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1852 Devoted to American and Jewish Ideals Near Completion Of New Beth Jacob »©©«*< "BAGELS & YOX" MAKE DELICIOUS STAGE FARE It is with glovcing pride that Beth Jacob Congregation's beloved scUiolar anid'ip^Hual leader—Rabbi Leopold Green- vfald, andlits poinilar president—Joseph Swartz, report to their Cc^naregatipn and for the enlightenment of the com- muliity-^t-large, vhat th6 new synagogue at Livingston and Bulen Alve. HsI^ll on its way to completion. The new sanctuary of Beth Jaijob will add greatly to the religious, educational and cultural stature of Jewish communal Ufe. Traditional orthodox Judaism will be In interpreted within the walls of the beautiful new Both Jacob house of worship. On behalf of the Congregation, Rabbi Greenwald and Mr. Swartz extend deepest gratitude to those who've been an Integral part of the heart-Warming progress being made toward the com¬ pletion of the edifice—those who have been so Kindly generous In helping achieve a long-oherlshed di'eam. The ne>v,Bpth Jacob synagogue will have a seating capacity of 800 in the social hall. The prayer hall will be reserved exclusively for re¬ ligious worship, partitioned Into sections for ladies and gentlemen, in accorc^ancc with traditional orthodox procedure and law. The synagogue will serve as a center of many and varied social, cultural and educational activities, conducive to members of all ages. Senior Hadassah to Hear Norman Nadel At Meeting Tuesday; Elections Scheduled ' Norman Nadel of the Columbus Citizen will speak before the Senior Hadassah women next Tuesday, 1 p. m. His subject will be "Sidelights of the Big Town". Mr. Nadel has just returned from New York, where he reviewed all of the most successful plays on Broadway. Mrs. J. Maynard Kaplan will read current events, which promise to be most Interesting. Opening prayer will be given' by Mrs. Harold Golden. Election of officers and members of the board for the 1952-53 season win also take place at this meeting. Available seats .7or the B'nai B'rith-sponsored "Bagels & Yox" musical comedy, due Sunday after¬ noon and evening, Apr. 27, at the Hartman Theatrt^here r are fast dwindling. That's th'e report from local chalcmcq Ben Tolpen, Sidney L. Katz and Lou Goldfarb. There still are choice seats for the evening show, but there's a better selection for the matinee performance. Sunday at the Jewish Center, from 11 a. m. to 5 p. m., the B'nal B'ritb offiiie will be open, at wlilch time reservation^ for the hilarious "Bagels & Tox" stage hit can be .made. Tickets can be ord¬ ered through the mall, with tnclps' ed money order dr check, at the B'nal B'rith office at the Center, or with any of the co-chairmen — Mr. Tolpen, at 404 Rhoads Ave., FA. 0793; Mr. Katz, 160 S. Ardmore Rd., DO. 7281, or Mr. Goldfarb, 2765 Plymouth Ave., DO. 6978. As a speccial accommodation, tick¬ ets can also be procured at the Deshler Hotel box office. Abe Dworkln's Food Bar, Martin's Deli¬ catessen, Hillel Foundation and Hep^s Delicatessen. • • • "A master of ceremonies is the most satisfying job in show bust- UIFT TO BIGHT — Eddie Barton, Larry Alpert and Murray Ba^n whose madcap antics and uproarious comedy will add greatly to the genktal hilarity of "Bagels & lox" at the Uartmnn Theatre Sunday afternoon and evening, April 27. ness," according to Loii Saxon, who performs these chores In "Bagela & Yox". "There is nothing lazy or restive about the job. It is the only one in the show that has you working throughout the evening and con¬ tinually keeping things on the move. However, in 'Bagels & Yox' my big Job Is trying to get the en¬ tertainers off stage as the audience keeps applauding and the actors keep performing," comments the handsome raconteur. The "past few years Saxon has been appearing on the theatre vaudeville circuit In New York, Miami, Boston, Chicago and Phila¬ delphia, and has also been a top hight club entertainer. JWV'S NATIONAL LEADER HERE Capitol Post 122, Jewish War Vet¬ erans, will have a most distinguish¬ ed guest in Columbus Tuesday eve¬ ning, Apr. 22, at the Jewish Center. Tho JWV's aro inviting the entire community to hear Mr. Paul Qlns- borg, national Commander of the Jewish War Veterans of the U, S. Mr. Ginsberg Is a pe^t national vice-Commander of the pisabled American Veterans, holder of ser¬ vice awards from the American Legion and DAV and was former Assistant Attorney General for the State of Georgia. He has lod In JWVs fight against subveralye or- (ooDtlaned on psge 4> ' Gallery Players \ A romantic.comedy—"John Loves Mary" by Norman Krasna — has been selected as the cloalng production for the Gallery Players' current aeason. Reading and preliminary caatlbg for the play will be held at the Center, Thuraday evening (Apr. 17), to which any one la invited. yitmit»>nnii>oimofli [ ROSE E. LAZABUS SISTEBHOOD EVENT Attention members of Rose E. Lazarus Sisterhood: purchasers of tickets to the Harrison House broadcast are in for a treat, Friday, Apr. 18, 10:4S a. m. Cole's of Co¬ lumbus will serve brunch and pre¬ sent a fashion show. There will be attractive door prizes and a sur¬ prise for all. Those who have tickets, call Mrs. Maurice Rusoff, FA. 2167, or Mrs. Irving Russell, DO. 7184, for res¬ ervations. V^ The affair will be held at Cole's. Saturday, May 10, New Date for B'nai B'rith Women's Musical Variety Revue; Solovox Star to be4n "America, / Love You" play for the B'nal B'rith Women's able to present Deeva In her first variety revue between engage- appearance before the Columbus ments, it was determined that the Jewish community, show be postponed, in order to be A starlfcng new development has caused the postponement of the musical variety show, "America, I Love You", to Saturday evening. May 10. All Columbus music-lovers have already become acquainted with Deeva, the lovely and sensational star of the Solovox, who has been appearing nightly at the popular Seafood Bay. When it was learned that Deeva might be available to SPECIAL NOTICE Please note change of re¬ hearsal place tomorrow to the Agudas Aohlm social hall, i p. m. Refreshments will be served, so let's all turn out for a bang-up i-eheamaL B'nal B'rith Women are proud and happy to announce that Deeva will definitely appear In "America^ I Love You!", both aa accompanist assisting Betty Zisklnd, and in solo numbers on the Solovox, on Satur¬ day evening. May 10, at the Jewish Center. (eontlniled on pace 4) DR. LOWELL DILLON SPEAKER FOR COUNCIL MEETING INSTALLATION DATE Tuesday, Apr. 29, Is the date aet for Inatallation of officera by the Capitol Ladlea Aux. 122, Jewlah War Veterans, at the Jewish Cen¬ ter. Mia. laadote Blum of Cleveland will inafaA the new officera. Council of Jewish Women mem¬ bers will atten<) the second of the three discussions of "Living With Your Nerves" Monday, 1;30 p. m., at the Jewish Center, with Dr.^ Lowell Dillon, head of the Division' of Mental Hygiene for the state of Ohio. Dr. Dillon will attack the subject with the role that our state inatltu¬ tions play In keeping ua in good mental health. Those in attendance who found the first meeting so stimulating and were so interested in participating in the discussion, will find the group un^er the direction of Dr. Dillon quite as Informative. Mrs. Arthur Loeb, chairman of the Education committee, urges all members who were not able to at¬ tend the first meeting to Include it aa a "must" on their calendars for the coming two weeks. Dr. Calvin Brown, eminent prac¬ ticing psychiatrist, will be the guest at the Apr. 21 meeting. CONVOCATION OF THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY IN ISRAEL MAY 25 TO BE ATTENDED BY DELEGATE SAM MELTON Mr. Samuel M. Melton, well-l^Hfrn Columbua communal leader, will be among the lay delegates of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America to the historic convocation In Jerusalem on May 28. larael'a Prime Minister, David Ben Qurlon, will be awarded the honorary demree of Doctor of Hebrew Literature at the convocation, which will be tbe climax of a pllgrlmmage to the New State undertalten by a delegation of Seminary officers and lay leaders from all parta of the U. S. Seminary repreaentativea will confer with Is¬ raeli acholara and statesmen on methods ot acblev- Ing cloaer cooperation between the Seminary and Israeli instltutlona of learning, and waya ot streng¬ thening the aplrltual and cultural bonda between America and larael.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1952-04-11|
|Subject||Jews -- Ohio -- Periodicals|
|Place||Columbus (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio)|
|Creator||Ohio Jewish Chronicle|
|Collection||Ohio Jewish Chronicle|
|Submitting Institution||Columbus Jewish Historical Society|
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